Monday, October 20, 2014

Neutral Halloween Decor

For last year's Halloween decorations, I used black and white. This year, I wanted to change it up a little and use a neutral color palette. So when I spotted these cute marquee letters at Michaels, I knew they'd be perfect (and I got them with a 40% off coupon)!

I added some flowers made out of brown paper bags (I followed this tutorial) and they were super easy and fun to make. And they add a nice impact above my mantel.


I also made some glittery leaf garland and I love how it turned out! I got a bag of fabric leaves at the dollar store and used mod podge to glue different colors of glitter onto them. Really adds a little bling to my mantel. And another bonus is that it can stay up for Thanksgiving too!

I used my mercury glass pumpkins again. I've had these for a few years now and still love them so much! I can switch up my colors and these always seem to work. Can't recommend them enough!

And a view so you can see the whole space.


Another little vingette in the room. More pumpkins and mercury glass of course. :)


And more neutral decor for the other side of the room.

Eek!!! I just love how it turned out and Gigi loves helping me turn on the letters everyday!



So how did you decorate for Halloween??

2 comments:

Pal & Hatty said...

It all looks so cute!, you are very clever!

designwithj9 said...

Your house is just wonderful. It is so inviting and matches the personality your outfits show. I love it when people take pride in their home and it shows that you do!

Janeane
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